Daily Archives: September 8, 2012

Found: Two-foot long Echo Park lizard

Submitted by A. White We spotted what looks like a monitor lizard about 2 feet long in our backyard. We live on Lake Shore Ave. in Echo Park. It was very docile and we think it might be someone’s lost pet. He’s still roaming our yard but kind of elusive! Please email [email protected] for more info. Lost & Found is ... Read More »

Lost: Tan and black striped cat in Silver Lake

Submitted by A. Purpura Last seen on Benton way at Berkeley Monday evening (Sept 3). Small tan and black striped female cat. Very friendly. If anyone saw or heard anything please let me know at [email protected] The neighborhood is not the same without her… Lost & Found is part of The Eastsider Forums, where Eastsider readers can post announcements or ... Read More »

Last call for Echo Park’s Allston Yacht Club

The owners Allston Yacht Club, part of a new generation of upscale Echo Park restaurants and bars, today abruptly announced the closure of the nearly four-year-old bar and restaurant.  Customers had been told late last month that the Allston Yacht Club  would be closing for several weeks to rebuild the roof. But a post on the AYC Facebook page made ... Read More »

Eastside Open House: A Weekend Guide To House Hunting

If you want to concentrate your house hunting search this weekend, try Mt. Washington, where nine houses will be open for viewing, ranging from a two-bedroom bungalow for $429,000 and a four-bedroom property priced at $949,000. Always check to make sure the open house has not been cancelled or rescheduled before you go for a look. Atwater Village 4288 Perlita ... Read More »

News & Notes from East L.A, Echo Park, El Sereno, Glassell Park, Montecito Heights & Silver Lake

Four-Star Van, Elysian Valley | Photo by Ryan Schude/Flickr Echo Park-based artist Shepard Fairey sentenced to two-years probation and fined $25,000 over Obama “Hope” poster case. Culture Monster Two girls in critical condition after being struck by a hit-and-driver in Glassel Park. L.A. Now East L.A. Muslim butcher shop adapts to Latino tastes.  NY Times Suspect in 2009 murder of ... Read More »